Out of Province Power Engineering Transfers
In Saskatchewan you are required to have a licence to work as a power engineer in the province. If you want to continue your education and training (by challenging exams) towards a higher power engineering classification you must transfer your out of province certificate to Saskatchewan.
As a member of the Standardization of Power Engineering Examination Committee (SOPEEC), Saskatchewan uses SOPEEC examinations to test first, second, third, fourth and fifth class candidates. Candidates that successfully complete SOPEEC examinations (all papers) and have the required operating experience can receive a Standardized Certificate which is recognized throughout Canada.
The holder of a valid certificate from another province may transfer his/her certificate to Saskatchewan. The Trade, Investment, Labour and Mobility Agreement (TILMA) and the Agreement on International Trade (AIT) allows skilled tradespersons moving to Saskatchewan from another province to be eligible for equivalent trade qualifications.
Transfer of Licence & Certificate from another Province to Saskatchewan
Applications for continuing education by challenging exams and working in Saskatchewan:
- Transfer your 1st or 2nd Class Out of Province Licence & Certificate for 1 Year
- Transfer your 3rd, 4th or 5th Class Out of Province Licence & Certificate for 1 Year
- Transfer your 1st or 2nd Class Out of Province Licence & Certificate for 5 Years
- Transfer your 3rd, 4th or 5th Class Out of Province Licence & Certificate for 5 Years
Transfer of Oilfield Certificate from Alberta to Saskatchewan
- Transfer your Oilfield Out of Province Certificate for a 1 Year Saskatchewan Licence
- Transfer your Oilfield Out of Province Certificate for a 5 Year Saskatchewan Licence
Transfer of Out of Province Power Engineering Exam Marks Only
Use this form if you want to transfer exam marks ONLY to Sasktchewan from another Canadian jurisdiction
Transfer of Power Engineer Certificate from Saskatchewan to other Provinces
Please contact the Province you wish to transfer to. The links for the other Canadian Jurisdictions are listed below.
- Alberta Boiler Safety Association (ABSA)
- Alberta Elevating Devices & Amusement Rides Safety Association (AEDARSA)
British Columbia - Technical Safety BC
Manitoba - Mechanical and Engineering Branch
New Brunswick - Technical Inspection Services
Newfoundland - Engineering and Inspections Division
Northwest Territory - Public Works and Services, Electrical/ Mechanical Inspections
Nova Scotia - Public Safety
Prince Edward Island - Inspection Services
Yukon Territory - Department of Community Services, Mechanical Inspections